The Blue House - Wall of Blue

This building is very well known for its striking colour.
Apart from its colour, this building is very special too.

This building is one of the very few remaining balcony type tenement houses in Hong Kong.
It is also one of the declared Grade I historic building in Hong Kong.

This building was constructed in the 1920.
Its design shows the architectural characteristics of both Chinese and Western styles.
There is no lift and flushing toilet facility inside the building.
Residents have to share the toilet and the kitchen.

This building also houses the Hong Kong House of Stories and Wan Chai Livelihood Museum.
Visitors can go there to visit the typical living quarters of the building.
The living quarters open from 11:00am to 6:00pm daily and the admission is free.
It is closed on Wednesdays and Public Holidays.

To reach this building, exit off Wan Chai MTR Station Exit A3.
Then, walk along Tai Yuen Street to Queen's Road East.
Afterwards, turn left and walk to Stone Nullah Lane.

Location: The Blue House
Address: 74 Stone Nullah Lane, Wan Chai, Hong Kong

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